First, there’s the most obvious approach: You apply direct to an employer. Look for employers whose fields interest you, whose companies you admire and would want to pursue. Don’t be afraid to visit the company, well dressed and with resume in hand. Second, use your network. Ask every friend, relative, teacher, former co-worker and casual acquaintance […]
Check out this article UT San Diego article: When getting and keeping that job becomes job won! Pretty good information in there, if I do say so myself
The Press Enterprise: Inland hiring should be ‘healthy’ in second quarter The market for job hunters in Inland Southern California is expected to continue improving as spring turns into summer, a study by one of the country’s largest personnel agencies found. The report from Manpower released Tuesday, March 11 found that the demand for workers […]
Question: Does the Russian invasion of Ukraine raise short-term concerns about the economy, particularly in San Diego? My Answer: NO San Diego businesses have to have an almost “believe it when I see it” attitude. If we reacted to every current events item in the news we would drive ourselves, our customers and our […]
UT San Diego’s Jonathan Horn and Roger Showley posed the Question: Will the economy benefit from a drop in labor force participation in the next decade? My Answer: YES If employees are working only to get healthcare then they are probably not motivated employees. And they will open up those millions of jobs for […]
San Diego’s job market is still improving, even with the news that three high profile companies are shedding workers, according to a San Diego economist. Check out KPBS for more!